|And don't use WEP, WPA is better and easier for you. There are lots of guides around if you do a Google search for 'setting up WPA', but essentially you need to get your router's manual and find the method of accessing it's setup - usually requires typing 192.168.*.* into your browser address bar, putting in the username & password, then looking for wireless/security. Unfortunately each brand of router has slightly different methods/layouts hence you need the manual. It's highly unlikely your ISP will help out, & even if they do the standard of assistance can be very variable.|
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